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How to set up your Online Teaching Profile!

In these crazy times we are all looking for something a bit different, something to keep us going, looking to the things we have meant to do for a long while but have never quite gotten around to doing.    One of those things for you may be starting your Teaching English Online Career!    [...]

Applying to Graduate School While Teaching Abroad

After I finished my undergraduate degree I knew I would want to go back to school and a master’s degree, but I also knew I needed to take a break from school. I wanted to travel and get some work experience. That was four years ago! This fall I’m starting my graduate studies. In my [...]

Dealing with the Corona Virus While Abroad

I’m currently teaching in Jinju, South Korea. Shortly after the outbreak in China South Korea had the most corona virus cases. Now, it seems like things are settling down (knock on wood). Immediately after the virus spread to Korea and it started to look bad I began to panic. Though, this is a normal reaction, [...]

Česky Krumlov

Česky Krumlov is a must visit.  Trust me.  It's incredible.  It is a beautiful little medieval town with not one but two iconic steeples! For such a small out of the way town, it has a rich history and some utterly incredible pieces of architecture influenced by Czech, Austrian, Bavarian and Northern Italian cultures. The [...]

TEFL Dreaming

"True, I talk of dreams, which are the children of an idle brain, begot of nothing but vain fantasy."  Mercutio, Romeo & Juliet Unlike Shakespeare's beloved (albeit dejected) Mercutio, we all have a persistent fantasy or determined dream to realise. Whether it be a personal work goal or an ambitious travel plan, the majority of [...]

Travelling Around Japan

One of the biggest perks about teaching abroad is being able to visit nearby countries! I’m from Canada where travelling requires a lot of time and money. If you have a car then road trips are a somewhat inexpensive option, but I’ve never been very comfortable behind the wheel. Last year, while teaching in Korea [...]

Things I wish I Had Done Before Teaching Abroad

I left Vancouver, British Columbia in April 2018 for a teaching job in Chilgok, South Korea. After I accepted the job and started my visa application time flew by! In that time I sorted through my stuff (I sold what I could and donated the rest ), had several moments of deep doubt, quit my [...]

Should You Do a TEFL Course Online?

Recently I attended a teaching conference in Changwon, South Korea. The conference was for public school teachers and offered workshops in classroom management, and navigating cultural differences. I left the conference with a lot of great ideas—some of which I was able to immediately use in class. In order to get a job the region [...]

5 Reasons onSITE is better than onLINE

Why onSITE is better than onLINE; An uncertified list of my reasoning behind choosing to travel halfway around the globe to do a course I could have done from the comfort of my own couch.   Reason number ONE: Actual teaching practice! This should be enough reason in itself and you are welcome to stop [...]